For Us To See But Never Understand

Mountains,
Capped with diamond snow,
Stretching skyward,
Through the clouds,
In the sapphire sky.

Crystal lakes,
With sandy banks
And shaded trees,
Among the grass,
Along the shore.

Rivers,
Rushing past,
With roaring waterfalls,
And cool, clear pools,
Along the way.

Prairie grasslands,
With foot-tall grasses
And wildflowers,
Speckling the green,
With rainbow butterflies.

All below
And azure sky,
Home to birds and
Bees and butterflies,
And glorious sunsets.

At twilight,
When the sky glows red,
The setting sun's
Beautiful rays bathing
The earth in light.

And the morning,
When it rises again,
To light upon
The sparkling dew,
And start a brand new day.

~Jeness, Daydreaming Once More

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